NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme Board
The overall purpose of the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme Board is to lead, develop and promote the NHS Scotland approach to Global Citizenship.
- Provide leadership, support and guidance to the development of NHS Scotland's approach to Global Citizenship.
- Set the direction for the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme by approving strategies and plans that support the policies and priorities set by the Scottish Government's International Development Strategy (2016).
- Ensure that our policies and approaches align and support the needs of the developing countries involved with the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme.
- Oversee implementation of the recommendations in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow report entitled "Global Citizenship in the Scottish Health Service".
- Engage with key stakeholders to promote the delivery of the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme.
- Approve the remit of the NHS Global Health Co-ordination Unit and oversee its development and performance.
- John Brown, Chair, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (Chair)
- Michael McKirdy, Director of Global Health, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (Vice Chair)
- Lindsay Burley, Chair NHS Education Scotland (until end of March 2018)
- David Crichton, Chair, NHS Health Scotland (from April 2018)
- Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer
- Shirley Rogers, Director, Health Workforce and Strategic Change
- Jane Davidson, Chief Executive, NHS Borders
- Liz Grant, Director, Global Health Academy, University of Edinburgh
- Joanna Keating, International Development, Scottish Government
- Alastair McLellan, Postgraduate Dean, West of Scotland, NES
- Fiona McQueen, Chief Nursing Officer
- Malcolm Summers, Head of Workforce Practice, Health Workforce & Strategic Change
- David Miller, HR Director representation, NHS Golden Jubilee Foundation
- Emily Broadis, Chair, NHS Lead Champions Network
- Anne Thomson, Staff side representative
- Kerry Chalmers, Programme Manager, Health Workforce and Strategic Change
- Peter Bennie, Staff side representative